The airport is situated in Jasionka, about 10 km from the center. In the vicinity of two roads run Rzeszow and Lublin (DK19) and Rzeszow-Radom (DK9). In the future, it is also adjacent to the A4 motorway and express road S19. Airport is on the road connecting the national road No. 9 (Rudna Small) and 19 (Krakow)Between the city and the airport there is a shuttle bus MPK (line L) and MKS Rzeszow buses (line 224). The timetable is adjusted to flight schedule. The bus stop is directly outside the passenger terminal, and stop in the city center is located in the immediate vicinity of Rzeszow main railway station and bus station.Jasionka is preferably located geographically (the largest in the country's volatile days) and terrain (flat approach and lack of natural barriers). At the same time it is the only civilian port in south-east. Rzeszow Airport has a longest airstrip in Poland what means that the biggest airplanes can land here! Area of the airport takes more than 650 ha. Port has the latest, and also the second longest runway in Poland. It has a length of 3,200 meters and width of 45 m and the navigation apparatus lighting system (precision approach Category I - an ALPA-ATA, and a visual indicator PAPI glide path, and ILS precision approach system) allow for the adoption of suitably equipped aircraft in difficult conditions. The runway is connected to two ways of taxing parking plates with a total area of 21 000 m2.Small passenger terminal is currently limited opportunities for the airport and today is full. Work on the new terminal started in September 2006. In the summer of 2007 was opened a temporary arrivals hall.The construction work of the new terminal was started in October 2010, ended in December 2011. Planned completion is April 2012 terminal.